'A seriously good and practical textbook which should occupy the shelves of all property management offices. Brian Jones is able to convey a considerable depth of knowledge within a prose style that is colloquial and even, in parts, entertaining. Highly recommended!' Customer on Amazon.com
From the Back Cover
Enforcing obligations in leases has never been easy, and the 2002 Act has made it even more onerous for the hard pressed property manager. Very few will be able to avoid having to take enforcement action, especially when bringing in the funds to make management feasible.
Enforcing Covenants is essential reading for anyone involved in the management of blocks of flats, whether they be professionals or lay directors of residents' management companies. As well as examining the relevant law and decisions of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunals, the book provides much practical guidance on rules and procedures, illustrated by precedent forms and notices and backed up by some light-hearted case studies.The subjects examined in this book include:. the new rules on forfeiture . the new rules on ground rents . service charge recovery . enforcing county court judgments . the new procedures and jurisdictions of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunals . enforcing repairs . neighbour disputes and nuisance cases . injunctions and specific performance . costs and administration charges . alternative dispute resolution.
The author, Brian Jones is a well known lawyer in the field of residential property management and has specialized in leasehold law since 1988. Before setting up in practice on his own account in January 2003 Brian was head of the landlord and tenant litigation unit at Shoosmiths. In 2003 he was elected as a Governor of Institute of Residential Property Management and he sits their Syllabus and Examinations working group. He regularly contributes to a number of specialist periodicals in the leasehold field. He has also drafted a number of guidance notes for ARMA and LEASE. Brian is also the author of Right to Manage and Service Charges: The New Regime